2. You are a front-line worker in an east end shelter for women fleeing abuse. Currently,the shelter has no in-house employment counselling for the women . Residents musttravel several kilometres to a downtown shelter to access job opportunities throughthe Internet and get help with resume writing and job applications. You would like tostart a mini-employment centre for your residents. You want the centre to operate outof one of the rooms at the shelter. You would need a few computers, Internetaccess, office supplies, and the part-time services of an employment counsellor. Yourhouse director supports your plan and has given you the go-ahead to write to yourfunding agency for support and approval. Write the proposal.

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